Completed Women’s Group Quilt

Women's Group Quilt

Women’s Group Quilt

Handed in today this quilt I had been putting together after meeting up with a local women’s group. Each member of the group had chosen a combination of hearts, stars and squares, which they sewed together and decorated with sequins. It was part of a days workshop looking at well-being, which I do believe crafts can play a big part in.

I took all these beautiful squares away, placed them, patched them and then quilted. The piece will now hang at one of the group’s meeting places and I know a number of the women felt like continuing with the skills they had learnt at home. I know, that having pieced this together, it has given me the urge to start patch-working again!


About obsesivcreativ

I am a freelance textile artist working with and teaching traditional textile techniques including hooky and proggy matting, patchwork and quilting, batik, embroidery, spinning, knitting and crochet. I work with schools, community groups, museums and galleries creating mad and wonderful things such as Egyptian mummies, story-telling tents, rainforest maps and even coffins...
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2 Responses to Completed Women’s Group Quilt

  1. Maria says:

    I just discovered your blog – the combination of obsessive & creative & textiles certainly resonates with me 🙂
    Your community quilt is lovely, really cheers me up!
    Thank you!


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